$450,000 insurance policy, 50 of which would go to the hit man. now she's traded her sweatshirt for jailhouse blues. just before her sentencing tuesday, milford begged the judge for leniency, saying she's already been published. >> honestly, it could have been worse. the crime i attempted could have been carried out, and that alone, honestly, is the worst punishment anyone should ever have to endure and i will endure it for the rest of my life every single day. >> a far cry from the same woman who is seen laughing as she told an undercover cop she wanted her husband killed in the front yard. >> you don't want it done in the house, then? >> it would be messy in the house. >> reporter: and her husband, not only does jacob milford forgive his wife, he told the judge he didn't want her to serve any prison time. >> before this, she has been a wonderful person, a wonderful wife. i'm sure, as you know, we have two young children. i just ask for a lighter sentence, tucked, please, sir.